Have you ever wanted to take a road trip like Dean Moriarty and Sal Paradise? You can now. Gregor Weichbrodt used Google Maps to write directions for On The Road’s famous 7,527-mile drive. Choose your companions wisely, so you don’t get stuck with dysentery in Mexico.
The literary it-boys Katie Roiphe described last week in her provocative New York Times essay may say a polite "no, thank you" to sex, but not Legends of the Fall author Jim Harrison. No, sir. His lusty men of all shapes and sizes (octogenarians, clubfooted teens) take second helpings with gusto in his new collection The Farmer's Daughter.
With the erosion of the 175-year-old Times-Picayune, New Orleans will soon be one of the largest metro areas without its own major newspaper publishing every day. Over at The Atlantic, Emily Badger explains the sad saga of its demise as well as the complexities and uncertainties yet to come.
Draw It With Your Eyes Closed, which has been a fixture on our Top Ten lists of late, has launched a companion website to "expand on the previously published content, allowing a broader range of teachers, students, and artists to access, share, and contribute to the project."